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You can order the pdf book here. And the individual patterns here.

And just a reminder, if you really want to duplicate the pieces you see in these pictures, use the yarns (Quince!) they were worked in. Best way to duplicate color, drape, and pretty stitch definition.

And let us know how you like our crochet adventure. Should we do more?

7 Responses to “Crochet–launched!”

  1. Jodie says:

    Just lovely! As always I want to do all of the patterns in this lookbook! Such gorgeous photography! Thanks for venturing into crochet. I love the elegance of a crocheted piece! Where were these photos taken? Carrie did a beautiful job with these…that field of marigolds…just lovely!
    Thanks again Quince and Co!

  2. Tez says:

    I’m a hooker! ;D As a long time lover of Quince yarns, I’m so glad to see these crochet patterns!!

  3. tess says:

    Thank goodness! Here I’m much more a crocheter than a knitter and thank you for beginning to remedy the dearth of lovely new crochet patterns! Yay! The shawl is just lovely.

  4. kate says:

    This is what I have been waiting for!!

  5. Minnie says:

    DEFINITELY do more crochet. I love the pieces. I like that you included a garment.

  6. Cassandra says:

    Love that you have started doing crochet! Would tunisian crochet ever be in your future?

  7. aimee says:

    Thank you, thank you, thank you. This is what I’ve been waiting for. I am a crocheter who was really hoping for more crochet patterns with your yarn, so I’m very pleased.

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